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Fuerteventura:

Less frenzied than any of its neighbouring Canary Islands and now protected from over development, Fuerteventura has refused to be spoilt by tourism ... just in time.

The resorts are surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches untrammeled by Spanish Costa-style high-rise building.

Follow the near deserted roads around the island and they will take you through some of the most staggering scenery - from barren volcanic mountains to vast, deserted sand dunes.

General note about the Canaries; Cockroaches are common inhabitants of the islands and frequent visitors to apartments...especially those on the ground floor.

Flight time: Approx 4 hours

Time Difference: Same as UK

Currency: Euro see Travel Tips

Weather: Roughly translated Fuerteventura means 'windy island' and fortunately, in the summer months it merely brings relief and slams doors.

However in winter, not only can the breeze feel bracing, it can sometimes whip up some cooler, changeable weather from the Atlantic.

Even in the summer months the sea can be choppy and only strong swimmers should attempt bathing off the beaches.

Unsuprisingly the island hosts a windsurfing competition in August.

Excursions: Enjoy Fuerteventura with a good guide book In Association with Amazon.co.uk
  • Most holiday brochures show pictures of beautiful, deserted, white sandy beaches and it's true to say they are a spectacular feature, but you do have to travel to see the best ones. At Jandia they are on your doorstep, Corralejo has some beauties on the edge of town while Caleta de Fuste's sand is imported.
  • The contrast between the volcanic landscape of the mountain ranges and the mile upon mile of sand dunes near Corrajelo is so breathtaking nothing can prepare you for it.
  • Outside of the main resorts, entertainment consists of camel safaris, a zoo and maybe a daytrip over to nearby Lanzarote for a look at Fire Mountain. TIP: Many organised trips to Lanzarote take in the beaches of Papagayo - very nice, but not even on a par with Fuerteventura's own beaches.
  • Puerto del Rosario is only recommended for large town lovers - there is very little for tourists except nightmare traffic and crowds.

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